Looks like just over a month of downtime. Which is atrocious, I don’t even want to know what their infrastructure looks like, but I doubt it’s pretty.
Looks like SkySilk is hosting them. I had never heard of them, but will definitely be avoiding their platform.
SkySilk’s CEO offers up the usual freeze peach codswallop in defense of taking parler’s money.
The SkySilk site looks like a typical, low-to-medium traffic hosting provider. Their Premium service is $20/month. I doubt they have the infrastructure for something with the potential traffic of Parler.
I hadn’t checked out SkySilk, I will have to look myself. But that makes some sense, as NPR opens with reports that parler is already running at a crawl, despite low traffic as most users haven’t discovered it’s back.
You will have to forgive me for hoping this ends up being a giant clusterfuck.
Starts out as, is, ends up as. Hopefully.
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